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CP Five Star

Being a part of The Chennai Bloggers Club, got an opportunity to taste and experience the new Five Star Chicken.

About Five Star Chicken

Five Star Chicken is one of the subsidiary food companies and brands of The Charoen Pokphand Foods (CPF), A first Thai multi-national conglomerate with over $10 billion business in agro-industry & food in many countries across the world.

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Sri Lanka – Give away’s

First international trip will always be super excitement! Here are the few give-away’s for the wide benefit of my readers for better planning!

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Sri Lanka – The Arrival

As we were feeling hungry, we reached a nearby restaurant, which was not so great, but still hunger beckoned. It was a Saturday. S briefed us on the plans for the following night, as he would be leaving that day itself for Abu Dhabi, since the Arabic weekends are only Fridays and Saturdays.

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Sri Lanka Unawatuna

Unawatuna is a major tourist attraction in Sri Lanka and famous for its beautiful beach and corals. It is quite an expensive place. As usual Mr.H exercised his level best to stick with our regular budget, but couldn’t find any.. Finally we settled with a beach facing resort for double the money we normally spend per day! We didn’t mind as it was our last day of stay.

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Sri Lanka – Galle fort

Galle Lighthouse – This is Sri Lanka’s oldest light station, dating back to 1848, but the original lighthouse built by the British is located about 100 metres (330 ft) from the current site; however, it was destroyed by fire in 1934. The existing 26.5-metre-high (87 ft) lighthouse was erected here in 1939.

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Sri Lanka Udawalawe National Park

As we still had two more things left in our travel itinerary which were elephants and beach, we reached Udawalawe National Park. We reached there late in the night and didn’t have many options in terms of hotels. We settled with the one that caught our eyes first which was pretty decent and economical also! Except the food, which was expensive. We booked the room and went out for dinner.

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